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Entropy Rising

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Entropy RisingEntropy Rising is a first-person physics-based puzzle game set in a weird world filled with mysterious flying orbs and oversized measurement devices. Overcome any obstacle using the forces of gravity, electricity, fire, water and acid. If anything goes wrong, act like it didn't happen and simply travel backwards through time.Features
  • 33 levels with increasing complexity and difficulty: Combine and manipulate gravity, electricity, fire, water and acid in order to advance.
  • Travel backwards through time anytime you want!
  • Optional Challenges: Beat level par times, find all collectibles and secret chambers, use minimal resources and get all 25 achievements.
Community: Share Your Own LevelsEntropy Rising comes with the level editor we used to make the game. Play levels created by other players or create your own levels and publish them to the Steam Workshop!
Release date
Autotivity Entertainment
Autotivity Entertainment
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP or newer
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz Dualcore
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD4000 or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1500 MB available space
  • OS: Windows 7 or newer
  • Processor: 2.2 GHz Dualcore
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVidia GeForce GTX 460, AMD Radeon HD 4850 or better
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1500 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Revert death.
Get the Grabber.
Collect a construction block.
Play with Fire
Startle a lava thrower.
Burst the Bubble
Die from a gravi-bubble or its contents.
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Entropy Rising reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Entropy Rising is just an ingenious Game of thought! Sizeable Graphics, tricky Puzzles with simple physical Elements and the pleasant Background Music make this Game one of my absolute Favorite games! You don't have to be powerful in the English Language, because the Game is self-explanatory. It is a Challenge to solve your own Ego's puzzles and sometimes needs a lot of Skill, Patience and Perseverance. I'm excited about the Levels that are still to follow. Clear Buy recommendation for Young and Old.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
The Menus don't work at all at a Resolution of 4K (3840x2160). Nothing is clickable with the Mouse and the Keyboard control does not come to every Menu item. In Addition, there Are plenty of Pixels missing from the game font, so you can hardly read what's on. I didn't get the Game long, but even quite early on the Game mechanics annoyed me. I think it's just not properly thought through. Very difficult, if that is still possible for Time. I didn't like hats and I don't recommend it any further.
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
I think the game is really cool. Has a few Corners but edges but on The Whole it's really Fun, the Rätzel Are so 7/10 heavy and offer a level Design Inspired by Portal. I had a lot of Pleasure with the Level Editor. I'm already waiting for the first really complex Community Levels that keep you busy a little longer. I would be very happy if this India title achieves a little greater Success and perhaps gets extensions or a second Part sponsored. The Game Time is about 4-8 Hours and I have felt appropriate for my Money. And Don't forget-> EVERYTHING WIRD AUS HACK GEMACHT!
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Note: I played this game as a voluntary beta tester. My conclusion: As every challenge but the puzzles themselves are optional, Entropy Rising is a very casual friendly game. Let me explain. A nice setting and interesting gameplay are important from my point of view. I also want to decide how to play: Some people may want to go for the high scores and optional challenges in the levels (in this regard its like a game inside a game, you can find hidden rooms or catch flying collectibles if you want) , but i simply want to relax after work and solve the puzzles at my own pace. As a still enthusiastic Battlefield 1942 player i liked the controls of the game. What i didn't like at first was the missing save function, but after the first few levels the time reverse becomes second nature - so much so that i now accidentically try to use it when playing Battlefield :-) The levels get more challenging, but i never hit a wall where my lack of skill (i'm a seasoned gamer) would block me from proceeding and cause me to rage quit. Even on the second or third playthrough i can still find small details in the levels that i missed previously. Compared to a cinema ticket (which nowadays actually cost more than this game) you can get alot of enjoyment out of this. I can definitely recommend it!
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